April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual violence is widespread and impacts everyone and every community. Victims often experience guilt, shame, fear, numbness, shock and feelings of isolation and suffer from long-term health risks and behaviors such as PTSD, depression, pregnancy and STDs. We all have a role to play! The UAW is committed to ending sexual assault and other forms

Harvard Student Workers Win New Union Election

After weeks of hearings and deliberations, the NLRB in a report filed Wednesday affirmed that the Harvard Graduate Students Union-UAW’s concerns over Harvard’s list of eligible voters was valid and could lead to another election. In the report and recommendations of the NLRB hearing officer the NLRB wrote: “I find that the Employer has not

Together We Win: UAW Helps Unemployed Win Relief Against Michigan

State Made False Fraud Allegations Against Workers The power of a state agency against one person can be daunting. But when you are a union member who has experienced attorneys fighting for justice on your behalf, the power equation changes. That’s exactly what happened in early February when attorneys representing Michigan workers, including numerous UAW

Tomorrow, we march! RSVP for the March for Science

Tomorrow we march for our cities. We march for our families. We march for our future. We march for our leaders. We march for our planet. Tomorrow, we #MarchforScience! Have you RSVP’d yet? The March for Science is a celebration of science.  It’s not only about scientists and politicians; it is about the very real

Union Front: Burn Camp Provides a Great Experience

Alonzo More, 14, Isaiah Struck, 10, and Jaques Williams, 15, say there is a lot for campers to do at Black Lake, but just about everyone loves the opportunity to swim. It’s All About Fun for Special Kids at Black Lake You could be excused if you mistakenly thought a catastrophe had hit the UAW

Spotlight on Committees: The UAW Women’s Committees

Their Work Makes for a Better Workplace and a Better Life at Home It’s proven to be the best way to close the wage gap between men and women. Organized labor contracts show no pay difference between pay and benefits negotiated for men and women in collective bargaining. Perhaps that is why for the past

Cover Story: Mississippi Yearning

Photo by C.J. Hamilton Nissan Workers’ March for Union Rights Recalls the Civil Rights Struggle Thousands of Nissan workers and their supporters marched on the plant to demand that the automaker allow a vote on union representation without fear or intimidation. Photo by John Davis/UAW Local 2195 Echoes of an earlier time in Mississippi were

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When UAW President Dennis Williams took over as president at the 2014 convention, he made it clear that one of the things he wanted his administration to focus on was communicating with rank-and-file UAW members and meeting members where they were at. Today, where many members are at is on social media and smartphones. That’s

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